Intel Done With Ultra Wideband Development, Leaving it for Dead

Intel halted development of Ultra Wideband technologies, leaving the future of the standard highly in question. According to Electronista »11/05/08 7:40pm11/05/08 7:40pm, Intel decided to pull the plug on the 5-year-old project last month but only just announced it now. This comes after one of the biggest UWB chip manufacturers, Wiquest, stopped…

Westinghouse Goes Wireless with Ultrawideband Pulse-LINK HDTV

Westinghouse is jumping into the wireless TV business with partner Pulse-LINK to unveil an ultrawideband HDTV in the second quarter of next year. Using Pulse-LINK's wireless HDMI system, a highbandwidth Blu-ray or HD DVD signal can be streamed through an invisible pipeline of up to 500 Mbps at 8 feet, or 115 Mbps at… »1/03/08 11:18am1/03/08 11:18am

Alereon and DisplayLink Build First Wireless USB Video Adapter

Now that USB video is a reality for many PC users, it makes sense that someone would take that technology wireless. It also makes sense that it would come from DisplayLink, developers of the USB display technology found in products from Kensington, Toshiba, IOGear and Samsung, and Alereon, best known for the … »12/10/07 8:20pm12/10/07 8:20pm

Hitachi's Wooo UT Series are World's Thinnest Production LCDs

Standing at 35mm thick, Hitachi's Wooo UT series of LCDs earns them the accolade of world's thinnest production LCD television manufacturer. Three sizes will be made available, either 42" (¥430 000, $3,760) or 37" (¥330 000, $2886) at 1080p and a smaller 32" (¥230 000, $2011) model with a resolution of 1366 x 768… »10/23/07 4:50am10/23/07 4:50am